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Specialties

When you need to see a specialist, you don’t want to travel far. At Hackensack University Medical Group we understand and have put together a world-class network of skilled, compassionate primary care providers and specialists who work together to help you get well. Many of our team members are respected as leaders in their fields.

Call: 855.385.HEAL (4325) to find the medical specialist you need, close to home.

Allergy & Immunology
Specialists in allergy and immunology treat conditions
that involve the immune system. Examples include allergies, immune deficiency diseases, and autoimmune diseases.

Anesthesiology
Anesthesiologists provide anesthesia for patients who are having surgery or other procedures. They also treat pain and care for patients with critical illnesses or severe injuries.

Breast Surgery
Breast surgeons treat problems in the breast and surrounding tissue.

Cardiac Surgery
Cardiac surgeons treat problems in the heart and circulatory system.

Cardiology
Cardiologists treat diseases of the heart and blood vessels.

Cardiothoracic Surgery
Cardiothoracic surgeons treat problems in the chest, including problems affecting the heart, lungs, or windpipe.

Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiologists treat diseases of the heart and blood vessels.

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Child & Adolescent psychiatrists treat mental and emotional disorders in children and teenagers.

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Cardiac electro physiologists use technical procedures to evaluate heart rhythms.

Colon & Rectal Surgery
Colorectal surgeons treat diseases of the lower digestive tract.

Cosmetic Dermatology

Non-surgical cosmetic treatments. 

Dermatology

Dermatologists treat skin conditions.

Emergency Medicine
Emergency medicine specialists take care of patients with critical illnesses or injuries.

Endocrinology
Endocrinologists treat diseases that involve the internal (endocrine) glands. Examples include diabetes and diseases of the thyroid, pituitary, or adrenal glands.

Family Medicine
Family practitioners provide primary care for people of all ages. They treat illnesses, provide preventive care, and coordinate the care provided by other health professionals.

Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologists treat diseases of the digestive organs, including the stomach, bowels, liver, and gallbladder.

Genetics
Geneticists are specialists or experts in genetics

Geriatric Medicine
Geriatricians provide primary care for elderly patients.

Gynecology & Oncology
Gynecological oncologists treat cancers of the female reproductive organs.

Hand - Orthopaedic Surgery
Hand surgeons perform surgery for patients with problems that affect the hand, wrist, or forearm.

Hematology
Hematologists treat diseases of the blood, spleen, and lymph. Examples include anemia, sickle cell disease, hemophilia, and leukemia.

Infectious Diseases
Infectious disease physicians treat patients with all types of infectious diseases.

Internal Medicine - General
Internists treat diseases of the internal organs that don’t require surgery. They also provide primary care for teenagers, adults, and elderly people.

Interventional Cardiology
Interventional cardiologists deal specifically with the catheterbased treatment of structural heart diseases.

Maternal Fetal Medicine
Maternal Feral Medicine specialists are devoted to the study of the obstetric, medical, and surgical complications of pregnancy.

Medical Oncology
Medical oncologists treat cancer with chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy. They may also coordinate cancer care given by other specialists.

Neonatology
Neonatologists deal with the care and development of newborn babies and the treatment of their diseases.

Nephrology
Nephrologists treat disorders of the kidneys.

Neuro - Ophthalmology
Neuro-ophthalmologists are concerned with visual problems that are related to the nervous system.

Neurology
Neurologists treat diseases of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves.

Neurosurgery
Neurosurgeons perform surgery to treat problems in the brain, spine, and nerves.

Obstetrics & Gynecology
Obstetricians and gynecologists take care of women during pregnancy and childbirth (Obstetrics.) They also treat disorders of the female reproductive system (Gynecology).

Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologists are physicians who specialize in the care of the eyes. They prescribe glasses and contact lenses, diagnose and treat eye conditions, and perform eye surgery.

Organ Transplantation Services - Surgery
Transplant surgeons treat patients who require organ transplant surgery and care. 

Orthopaedic Surgery
Orthopedic surgeons treat diseases, injuries, and deformities of the bones and muscles.

Otolaryngology – General
Otolaryngologists treat conditions of the ears, nose, and throat (ENT) and related areas of the head and neck.

Pain & Palliative Medicine
Pain management specialists take care of patients with pain. Palliative care physicians manage pain and other distressing symptoms of serious illnesses. 

"Hospice care" is palliative care for patients in their last year of life. Interventional pain management specialists use special procedures to treat and manage pain.

Pathology
Pathologists examine body tissues and interpret the results of laboratory tests.

Pediatric Blood & Marrow Transplantation
Pediatric blood and marrow transplantation physicians treat pediatric patients with blood cancers with blood and marrow stem cell transplantation.

Pediatric Cardiology
Pediatric cardiologists treat diseases of the heart and blood vessels in infants, children and teenagers.

Pediatric Critical Care
Pediatric critical care physicians treat critically ill infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Dermatology
Pediatric dermatologists deal with the skin and diseases affecting the skin in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Developmental & Behavioral
Pediatric developmental and behavioral physicians evaluate and care for infants, children and teenagers with developmental, learning, or behavioral problems.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Pediatric emergency physicians treat emergency medical needs for infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes
Pediatric endocrinologists treat diseases that involve the internal (endocrine) glands, including diabetes and diseases of the thyroid, pituitary, or adrenal glands, in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition
Pediatric gastroenterologists treat diseases of the digestive organs, including the stomach, bowels, liver, and gallbladder in infants, children and teenagers.
 

 

Pediatric General
Pediatricians provide primary
care for infants, children, and teenagers.

Pediatric Hematology & Oncology
Pediatric hematologists and oncologists treat cancer and other diseases of the blood, spleen, and lymph with chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy.

Pediatric Infectious Disease
Pediatric infectious disease physicians treat infants, children and teenagers with all types of infectious diseases.

Pediatric Intensive Care
Pediatric intensive care physicians treat infants, children and teenagers requiring intensive care in the hospital

Pediatric Nephrology
Pediatric nephrologists treat disorders of the kidneys in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Neurology
Pediatric n eurologists treat diseases of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
Pediatric orthopedic surgeons treat diseases, injuries, and deformities of the bones and muscles in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Pain Management
Pediatric pain management specialists take care of infants, children and teenagers with pain.

Pediatric Pulmonology
Pediatric pulmonologists treat diseases of the lungs and airways in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Rheumatology & Arthritis
Pediatric rheumatologists treat problems involving the joints, muscles, bones, and tendons in infants, children and teenagers

Pediatric Surgery
Pediatric surgeons take care of infants, children and teenagers who may need surgery.

Plastic Surgery
Plastic and reconstructive surgeons perform procedures to improve the appearance or function of parts of the body.

Podiatry
Podiatrists are professionals who specialize in caring for the foot and treating foot diseases.

Psychiatry
Psychiatrists treat mental, addictive, and emotional disorders.

Pulmonary Disease
Pulmonologists treat diseases
of the lungs and airways.

Radiation Oncology
Radiation oncologists use radiation to treat cancer.

Rheumatology & Arthritis
Rheumatologists treat problems involving the joints, muscles, bones, and tendons.

Surgery General
General surgeons take care of patients who may need surgery.

Surgery Oncology
Surgical oncologists specialize
in the surgical diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

Thoracic Surgery
Thoracic surgeons treat problems in the chest, including problems affecting the heart, lungs, or windpipe.

Trauma/Critical Care/Injury Prevention Surgery
Trauma/Critical care physicians treat critically ill or injured patients.

Urology
Urologists treat problems in the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive system.

Vascular Surgery
Vascular surgeons treat diseases of the circulatory system, other than the brain and heart.

Wound Center
Wound care specialists provide treatment plan for chronic wounds.

 

 


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